‘I ended up in paradise instead of homeless:’ News 6 viewer thanks property manager for rental help
ORLANDO, Fla. – The pandemic has left many out of work and struggling to pay rent and court filings for evictions continue to rise, records show. The rent on the three-bedroom home in Orlando, that she shares with her mother, was about to go up by 20%. Ad“I guess the best way to put it is being priced out of your home,” Picarelli said. “I said ‘okay, let me see what I can do for you.’”Love oversees around 300 properties for ALICA Property Management. “He’s compassionate and even empathetic which is rare for a property manager,” Picarelli said.
Need help with an injured animal? She’s the voice on the other end of the call
Bonnie Westerveld sits at a desk in her East Orange County home and fields calls all day and night from people who are trying to help injured and orphaned wildlife. Westerveld is a full time volunteer for Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge. Westerveld was a volunteer at Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge until illness made it difficult for her to work on site. “She’s the voice that people hear when they call and she’s, oftentimes, the person that calms them down.”Helsel gave News 6 a tour of the Back To Nature clinic. You can reach Back To Nature Wildlife Refuge at: 407-568-5138 email: email@example.comDo you have someone you would like to nominate for a News 6 Getting Results Award?
3 scientists win Nobel physics prize for black hole research
On Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2020, they shared the Nobel Prize in Physics for advancing our understanding of black holes. He said our galaxy and the galaxies near us “will ultimately get swallowed by one utterly huge black hole. “If you fall into a black hole, then you pretty well inevitably get squashed into this singularity at the end. It was a black hole. Not just an ordinary black hole, but a supermassive one, 4 million times the mass of our sun.
Helping others is like a walk in the park for these UCF students
ORLANDO, Fla. – A walk around the park is taking on added importance for a small group of UCF students. “We all got together and we were thinking what do they really need and what, as students, can we afford to do.”Now, every other Saturday, a small group of students bring what they can to help the homeless who gather in the park. “We just decided to start something small,” Orindas said. And that’s the reaction from all the students as they walk the pathway handing out the care packages and having short conversation with whomever they encounter. Orindas says she hopes to inspire other students to take initiative when they see a need.
Shes been so phenomenal: Parent says teacher stepped up during distance learning
Second grade teacher Kathleen Ann Chen has learned it takes patience and compassion. But Kearney says Chen was able to turn her living room classroom into a super stand-in. Kearney nominated Chen for the News 6 Getting Results Award because of her energy and passion to keep the class fun, engaging and on schedule. Shes been so phenomenal that I really wanted to sing her praises. I didnt want my kids to feel like they got shorted out on an education and building second grade memories, Chen said.